Relief for the city’s most vulnerable population
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Relief for the city’s most vulnerable population

Yolo County Association of Realtors donates $10,000 to Yolo Crisis Nursery The Yolo County Association…

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After critiques of free tax filing services, law professor subject to hefty public records request
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After critiques of free tax filing services, law professor subject to hefty public records request

CPRA request yielded 1,100 pages of documents Dennis Ventry Jr., a UC Davis law professor,…

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Cartoon: Cramps
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Cartoon: Cramps

Humor: Mr. Trump or: How I learned to stop worrying and sell weapons to the Saudis
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Humor: Mr. Trump or: How I learned to stop worrying and sell weapons to the Saudis

EMBRACE THE BOMBS! Ugh. I’m so bored. I just feel like making absurd amounts of…

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Aggies lose close game in WWPA championship
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Aggies lose close game in WWPA championship

UC San Diego beats UC Davis men’s water polo, 11-10 With a 16-7 overall record…

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Ralph Breaks the Box Office
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Ralph Breaks the Box Office

A review of “Ralph Breaks the Internet” “Ralph Breaks the Internet” hit theaters on Nov.…

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Fall Quarter’s music: week by week
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Fall Quarter’s music: week by week

New releases create soundtrack for students As students returned to Davis for Fall Quarter, the…

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There’s no place like Davis for the holidays
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There’s no place like Davis for the holidays

Students talk about what it’s like to remain in town during the holidays The end…

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After 10 years, City Council bargaining unit enters negotiated contract
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After 10 years, City Council bargaining unit enters negotiated contract

City Council approves agreement with Davis City Employees Association On Nov. 13, the Davis City…

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Davis educational supply store loses school district to online vendors
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Davis educational supply store loses school district to online vendors

Teach Your Children, Inc. closes amid turbulent relationship with Woodland Joint Unified School District In…

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Native Americans express concerns during Davis Joint Unified School Board District meeting
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Native Americans express concerns during Davis Joint Unified School Board District meeting

The Davis Native Family Alliance formed to discuss, display problems faced by Native students Members…

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2,500 more students will enroll in UC system next year, with no tuition hike
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2,500 more students will enroll in UC system next year, with no tuition hike

UC Regents approve $9.3 billion budget The UC Board of Regents recently approved a budget…

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Unprecedented campus closure: how administrative, health, financial aid decisions were made
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Unprecedented campus closure: how administrative, health, financial aid decisions were made

UC Davis loses seven days of instruction due to poor air quality UC Davis’ decision…

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Feds’ proposed Title IX changes would strengthen rights of accused, critics say, now public has 60 days to respond
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Feds’ proposed Title IX changes would strengthen rights of accused, critics say, now public has 60 days to respond

UC, student leaders comment on Department of Education’s proposed Title IX policy changes The Trump…

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Freeborn Hall to be demolished
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Freeborn Hall to be demolished

After closure in 2014, renovation to reopen building deemed too expensive UC Davis administrative officials…

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